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The Natural History of Alcoholism Revisited
- J. Mendelson
- 3 January 1996
In Natural History of Alcoholism Revisited Dr Vaillant adds data collected and literature reviewed since 1980 in new sections under headings marked revisited to underscore the relativity that time imposes.
Sex differences in plasma cocaine levels and subjective effects after acute cocaine administration in human volunteers
There are significant gender and menstrual cycle differences in the response to acute intranasal cocaine administration and these differences may have implications for the differential abuse of this drug.
Age-related Reduction in Functional MRI Response to Photic Stimulation
It is found that the amplitude of response in elderly subjects was significantly decreased compared to younger subjects, suggesting a reduction in functional activation or an age-related alteration in the coupling of blood oxygenation to focal activation.
Hyponatremia in marathon runners due to inappropriate arginine vasopressin secretion.
Cocaine Pharmacokinetics in Men and in Women During the Follicular and Luteal Phases of the Menstrual Cycle
Buprenorphine suppresses heroin use by heroin addicts.
Buprenorphine should be a safe and effective new pharmacotherapy for heroin dependence and indicated that it was preferable to methadone or naltrexone.
Cocaine’s Effects on Neuroendocrine Systems: Clinical and Preclinical Studies
Management of cocaine abuse and dependence.
Although the total number of people using the drug has decreased in the past decade, cocaine-related biomedical and psychosocial problems remain a major public health problem in the United States and many other countries.
EEG alpha activity increases during transient episodes of ethanol-induced euphoria